Customized Just for You
Fezzari, a Utah-based bicycle company, is passionate about getting more riders on bikes, whether they are seasoned vet- erans looking for a great deal or entry-level riders interested
in trying a new sport. Fezzari is a consumer-direct brand, but it
strives to offer as much support as possible. The company offers
a free, 23-point fit program that takes detailed measurements of
a rider’s height, arms, legs, weight and much more, so Fezzari
can customize each bike to fit its rider. These measurements allow
Fezzari to build you a bike with the correct-size handlebar, stem,
chainring and other components. Fezzari takes it a step further by
allowing riders to choose upgrades, such as a dropper post, tubeless wheels, pedals, spare tools and everything else a rider might
need to hit the trails. We decided to see just how well Fezzari’s
23-point fit program works, so we took out our handy measuring
tape and sent Fezzari all the details they needed.
;WHO IS IT MADE FOR?
Fezzari sent us its Alta Peak, a bike that sells for $1999 without
upgrades. The bike fits well into the all-mountain category with its
150 millimeters of travel up front and 140 millimeters in the rear.
The Alta Peak is designed for the rider who wants an inexpensive
bike that doesn’t compromise its ability to shred trails. The Alta
Peak, according to Fezzari, would retail for up to $3420 in a local
shop, but since the company sells direct, the Alta Peak can be
yours for much less. As a bonus, you can even finance the bike for
only a little over $90 a month.
WHAT IS IT MADE FROM?
The Alta Peak has an aluminum frame with a four-pivot suspension system and trail-ready geometry. It has 27.5-inch wheels, a
12x142mm rear axle, a Boost 15x110 front axle and external cable
routing. Fezzari designed the Alta Peak with its Tetra Link suspension system that uses oversized rocker arms and bearings, along